“Sabyasachi” – does that name ring a bell – oh well, all the bells will ring 😛 His name was taken along with Vidya Balan’s in the same breath, but now, the crème de la crème of Bollywood and the rest of the world have warmed up to him. Sabyasachi’s designs are rich, opulent, elegant, and full of splendor. He is the preferred designer when the Bollywood beauties walk the red carpet at International film festivals like Cannes, Toronto, Marrakech International Film Festival, etc. Among the Diors, Chanels, Dolce and Gabbanas of the world, Sabyasachi’s outfits wows people and makes the person who wears it the showstopper. Sabyasachi is a NIFT graduate who runs his label “Sabyasachi” independently. He has done many International and National shows and won accolades and awards. He is also involved in reviving textiles across the country, very commendable indeed! His outfits retails out in stores in USA, London, UAE, Kolkata, New Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad. He has designed for films like Guzaarish, Babul, Laaga Chunari Mein Daag, Raavan. Let’s check out some of the Bollywood divas who have looked graceful and glorious in Sabyasachi designed outfits.
1. Kajol is wearing a lot of Sabyasachi outfits these days, move on Vidya Balan!
2. Deepika Padukone in a Sabyasachi saree during the trailer launch of her new film “Ram Leela.”
Deepika in another Sabyasachi creation.
3. Anushka Sharma in a white saree and a velvet number during one of the awards function.
4. Kalki Koechlin during her Cannes appearance in a lehenga.
5. Nargis Fakhri in a beautiful lehenga saree.
6. Shradda Kapoor walked the ramp for Sabysachi.
7. Madhuri Dixit always looks gorgeous in whatever she wears, Sabyasachi outfits no exception.
7. Rani Mukherjee at the premiere of Jab Tak Hai Jaan.
8. Bipasha Basu walks the ramp for the designer.
9. Neha Dhupia walking the red carpet at TOIFA.
10. Parineeti Chopra in one of Sabysachi’s designs, don’t really like what she is wearing, especially the head gear.
11. Sridevi wears Sabyasachi very often, here are some pictures of her in the designer’s creations.
12. Kangana Ranaut in a black outfit by the designer.
13. Chitrangadha Singh, do not completely like what she is wearing here.
14. Aishwarya Rai looking in all Sabyasachi outfits.
15. Last but not the least, Vidya Balan – the designer’s favourite muse, is always seen in Sabyasachi’s sarees and outfits during all prominent events, whether its the Cannes or her wedding functions.
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